Mrs Day and her cat 'Little One' in London during 1941. 'Little One' is wearing a National Air Raid Precautions for Animals Committee collar to help ensure the cat is returned to his owner should he stray during the blitz or black-out.
Reverend Hermann Mayerowitsch stands in the runis of the Great Synagogue, Dukes Place, London. The building was extensively damaged during an air raid on 10 May 1941.
Wing Commander J E 'Johnnie' Johnson, commanding No. 144 (Canadian) Wing, on the the wing of his Supermarine Spitfire Mk IX with his Labrador retriever Sally, at Bazenville, Normandy, 31 July 1944.
A portrait by Cecil Beaton of the pilot and co-pilot of a Wellington bomber of No. 149 Squadron in 1941.
Cecil Beaton photograph of an RAF bomber crew being debriefed by the squadron intelligence officer on their return from a night raid over Germany, 1941.
Aircrew of No. 106 Squadron photographed in front of a Lancaster at Syerston, Nottinghamshire, on the morning after the raids on Genoa, 22-23 October 1942.
A graphic line-up of all the personnel required to keep one Avro Lancaster of RAF Bomber Command flying on operations, taken at Scampton, Lincolnshire, 11 June 1942.